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Pressure on professors

Contributors discuss the changing university environment and the toll it takes on students and facultyContinue...

Darts and laurels 2013-14

Darts and laurels 2013-14Continue...

Senate approves first-year residence in JDUC

As a result of increased undergraduate enrollment, 98 first-year students will move into the JDUC in September after plans to turn the building’s graduate spaces into undergraduate rooms were approved.Continue...

Students say Queen’s School of Computing in “critical need” of funding

Students and faculty in the School of Computing say a shortage of funding is causing enrollment issues in required courses and preventing the recruitment of high-quality instructors.Continue...

A look into Bader College’s financials

The Bader International Study Centre is currently rebranding to “ Bader College .”Continue...

Board of Trustees: Principal Deane warns against ‘hangover effects’ of COVID-19

The Board of Trustees met for an open session on March 5 over Zoom.Continue...

International, first-generation student enrollment at risk due to COVID-19

As Queen’s continues to admit the class of 2024, they’re also monitoring the impact COVID-19 will have on actual enrolment in the fall.Continue...

Principal Woolf speaks out on US travel ban, welcoming affected academics to Queen’s

After Principal Daniel Woolf released a statement to the student body on Monday, regarding the University’s reaction to American President Donald Trump’s executive order to ban travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, Woolf talked about possible next steps with The Journal.Continue...

Student drinking culture sparks counter initiative by former professor

“I live in the combat zone,” Geoffrey Smith, Queen’s professor emeritus, noted on Wednesday morning while walking around his block at Barrie and William Streets.Continue...